As the Montagues wait for word about Julio, they discuss what they could have done differently with him. Mrs. Montague tries to convince her husband that they have raised a fine young man and that they have to have faith that he will be okay. At two in the morning, they receive a call from the police captain who tells them that they have had a break in the case. A group of teens driving a car matching the tire tracks found at the kidnapping scene has been arrested. When the Cappelles and Montagues arrive at the police station, they are asked to look at the teens through a two-way mirror...
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